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If you need a lawyer, it sure pays to be poor

Without any sense of irony, a South African insurance company can offer cover against legal costs and proclaim: “There aren’t many advantages that g... Read Story

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Petrol’s 67c drop will bring relief for consumers

Deeply indebted consumers, who collectively owe about R1.44 trillion, will get some relief when the petrol price drops 67c at midnight today.

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Clear up legislative uncertainty in the minerals industry

The South African minerals industry finds itself in somewhat of a lacuna in regard to various important aspects of the legislation applicable to the mining indu... Read Story

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Ugly fruit and veg lift profit and cut waste
July 31 2014 at 05:10

A leading French supermarket chain has come up with a way to increase its profits by selling undesirable vegetables.

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Why is SRI not rooted in mainstream fiscal society?
July 30 2014 at 05:35

Of South Africa’s R4 trillion asset management industry, investment mandates for socially responsible investments are a mere 1 percent.

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Trouble ahead for metal, engineering sector deal
July 30 2014 at 05:16

Businesses in the steel and engineering industry, together with automotive and construction companies, will breath a sigh of relief that the month-long strike in the industry has finally been resolved.

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Abe’s Asian gambit must be monitored
July 30 2014 at 04:58

With the world producing more history than most of us can consume right now, it is easy to lose sight of recent developments that could have even greater consequences for long-term peace and stability than events in Ukrain... Read Story
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Many benefits if the US had the will to stop corporate tax dodgers
July 29 2014 at 05:27

The most innovative part about the age-old problem of tax evasion is the ever-changing vocabulary that has been created to describe it. It became tax “avoidance” and the latest cause célèbre is tax &#... Read Story
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Will US, EU turn into a big duty-free zone via TTIP?
July 29 2014 at 05:25

Tariffs are the low-hanging fruit in the complex free trade negotiations between the US and the EU.

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Bill shock as operators lift data fees to replace voice
July 29 2014 at 05:09

Notice anything funny about your cellphone bill lately? If so, you may have been blind-sided by prevailing mobile data trends.

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Watchword should be employment not labour
July 29 2014 at 04:58

What is in a word’s meaning? Quite a lot according to Simon Susman, the non-executive chairman of Woolworths.

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Middle East echoes pre-war Europe
July 28 2014 at 19:57

To understand the Middle East today and its future course, the Europe of the 19th century provides some intriguing parallels.

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Will dark continent come of age at the White House?
July 28 2014 at 04:58

US President Barack Obama will host a gathering early next month of the largest number of African heads of state and government to visit Washington on any one occasion, in an effort to reset diplomatic and commercial ties ... Read Story
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